“The 20-Something Life” is the radio show that gives stories and advice
for twenty-first century twenty-somethings. In today’s episode, host
Colenn Berracasa talks with Omer Harari about transferring to UCSB, joining KCSB even before classes started, being music director at KCSB, hosting public affairs and music shows, why community radio, the IV Housing Co-ops, the IV Food Co-op, Food Not Bombs, going through a year and a half of chemo therapy at the beginning of college, grad school at Haifa University in Israel for a master's degree in peace and conflict management studies, thesis on protests and social movements, working for opendemocracy.net, moving to Lyon, France to live with his partner and write his master's thesis, learning Spanish in France, how to make new friends in a new country, thinking about the meaning of activism, and advice for recent college grads.
The 20-Something Life airs on Tuesdays from noon-1pm in Winter 2014 on 91.9 FM KCSB in Santa Barbara and kcsb.org. Listen to past episodes on 20somethingliferadio.com.